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Paper Title: Review on Recent Advances in In-Situ Gel: Drug Delivery System for Nasal and Various Routes
Authors Name: Vinayak A Katekar , Om P Bhurbhure , Sarita R Bawankule , Milind J Umekar
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Published Paper Id: IJRTI2206007
Published In: Volume 7 Issue 6, June-2022
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Abstract: The study was conducted to explore in depth the in-situ gel nasal drug delivery system since these systems have higher systemic bioavailability via the nose route as compared to the oral route of administration. Many medications now have higher systemic absorption via the nasal route as compared to oral administration. The nose is also seen to be an appealing route for needle-free immunisation and systemic medication administration, particularly when quick absorption and action are required. Because of the high permeability of the nasal epithelium, fast drug absorption through this membrane, and avidity of first pass metabolism, nasal delivery is a viable alternative to oral or parenteral administration for several drugs. The study was conducted to explore in depth the in-situ gel nasal drug delivery system since these systems have higher systemic bioavailability via the nose route as compared to the oral route of administration. Many medications now have higher systemic absorption via the nasal route as compared to oral administration. The nose is also seen to be an appealing route for needle-free immunisation and systemic medication administration, particularly when quick absorption and action are required. Because of the high permeability of the nasal epithelium, fast drug absorption through this membrane, and avidity of first pass metabolism, nasal delivery is a viable alternative to oral or parenteral administration for several drugs.
Keywords: In-situ gel, nasal mucosa, Bioavailability, novel dosage form, first pass metabolism
Cite Article: "Review on Recent Advances in In-Situ Gel: Drug Delivery System for Nasal and Various Routes", International Journal of Science & Engineering Development Research (www.ijrti.org), ISSN:2455-2631, Vol.7, Issue 6, page no.32 - 42, June-2022, Available :http://www.ijrti.org/papers/IJRTI2206007.pdf
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ISSN: 2456-3315 | IMPACT FACTOR: 8.14 Calculated By Google Scholar| ESTD YEAR: 2016
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